‘Good Conduct’ condition to be imposed on Singapore PRs
Posted by temasektimes on July 10, 2012
Speaking to queries from the media, the Ministry of Home Affairs said the good conduct condition for PRs allows the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority to cancer the PR’s re-entry permit (REP) if he “contravenes any law” or is “involved in any activity which threatens a breach of peace or is prejudicial to public order”.
A PR leaving Singapore without a valid REP will lose his/her PR status immediately.
Other amendments include criminalizing marriages of convenience to obtain long-term social visit pass, Singapore PR etc as well as the manufacture and possession of paraphernalia for immigration forgeries.